In this Issue
The Joyce Studies Annual is an indispensable resource for scholars and students of James Joyce, it gathers essays by foremost scholars and emerging voices in the field.
Joyce Studies Annual welcomes submissions on any aspect of Joyce’s work, and especially encourages longer essays treating historical, archival, or comparative issues.
published byFordham University Press
Table of Contents
- pp. ix-xiv
- Depiction, Ontogeny, and Lyric in A Portrait
- pp. 172-206
- The Physics of Voice in Joyce’s “Ithaca”
- pp. 238-251
- Leopold Bloom, Prince of the People
- pp. 307-311
- Polar Exploration in Finnegans Wake
- pp. 312-326
- pp. 327-330
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